• But wait… there’s more!

    There is yet even more great bluegrass and acoustic music available from your radio (and computer) today (2/29). Tonight's - and tomorrow's - Grand Ole Opry broadcasts feature a number of favorite performers. The Friday Opry boasts performances from The Grascals,

  • Catch New Hip on Blue Plate Special

    When you finish listening to Cherryholmes live on WFDU.org, you can point your browser over to WDVX.com and hear Missy Raines & The New Hip perform on Blue Plate Special. They will be performing live before a studio audience between

  • Cherryholmes video from Celtic Connections

    The various live performances from the recent Celtic Connections festival in Scotland that have been aired on BBC Scotland can be accessed online. Cherryholmes is among the acts whose appearances were aired, and three songs from their set (Black & White,

  • SteelDrivers in WSJ

    This morning, The Wall Street Journal is running an article titled Bluegrass With a Difference. The piece is about Nashville based band, the SteelDrivers. The article trumpets bluegrass music as the music to listen to if you want something real in

  • Carl Jackson on Songwriter Chat

    Tonight's Songwriter Chat from the folks at The Bluegrass Guide will feature an online discussion with Carl Jackson. He will join host Eric Gibson on Tuesday, 2/26 at 8:00 p.m. (EST) to talk about his craft, and take questions from

  • A journey shaped by a guitar

    The New York Times has an interesting article published last Friday (2/22) entitled A Journey Shaped by a Guitar. It gives an insight into the workings of the famous Martin Guitar company's Nazareth, Pennsylvania, factory. Spoken of in terms of being

  • Old Time Gospel on AmericasBluegrass.com

    I received an interesting E-mail message from Charles Lewis this morning. A native Eastern Kentuckian, Lewis is the founder, President and Chief Executive Officer of America's Bluegrass, Inc. He has produced and hosted such Bluegrass and Gospel groups as The IIIrd.

  • iLike and iTunes means more music

    I'm sure many of you are already familiar with iLike, and most with iTunes, but for those who aren't I thought I'd share. iLike is a social networking site that revolves around music. But the site isn't where the magic is.

  • Bill Keith interview online

    Banjo pioneer Bill Keith is interviewed in a lengthy piece published online by the Hudson Valley Bluegrass Association. Bill talks about his current musical activities and his involvement with a number of noteworthy ensembles in his younger days. He was introduced

  • SteelDrivers on CMT Unplugged

    The SteelDrivers can be seen and heard on this week's edition of Unplugged at Studio 330 at CMT.com. They perform music from their recent self-titled debut release, and talk about the band, the material they write, and what sets them apart